The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 10, 1956
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-I—PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1988 Tht Big Decision IV; Big Question for GOP: If Not Ike, then Who? By RELMAN' MORLV WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington is one big question mark today over two major aspects of the problem created for the Republicans by the President's heart attack — "If not Eisenhower — who?" "If not Eisenhower — who else?" Mext week, under the present schedule, the President's doctors will put him through a compre. Oov Christian Herter, of Massa-, incredible, but don't be surprised chusetts. strongly "He would run in tile inriustria very East hensive physical examination, j where it's getting Then, he may "know all the haz- 1 "— '" "" "•"" ards," as Dr. Paul White, Boston cardiologist, put it. of running for time for the Republicans." Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey. " Avery able man, and Twice. Dewey was the GOP ouRher all the j presidential candidate. In 1954, he left public office to practice law a second term. After this checkup, businessman who would appeal to Eisenhower has Indicated that his| bsuinessmen. But there is no way: D . decision will not be long in coming, to figure how he would do as a| any He is now the senior partner in a large New York city firm. Party leaders consult him frequently. "If his answer is "No," to whom campaigner. Filipino Books Now at College CAMPAIGN. III. ..-Pi — Agriculture books published in the Philippines thai no longer can be bought or borrowed in Manila are on the shelves of the University of Illinois library, says a Filipino graduate student. Pascual M. Matulac, an employe of the Philippines Bureau of Soil Conservation, is attending the university's College of Agriculture under auspices ,of the International Cooperation Administration. Matulac is astonished at the size of the university library- _B!JU_the Hepublteans turn for their I Former Governor of New York candidate? : Thomas E. Dewey. "It may sound Problems But even if he says. "Yes." some serious problems remain. Who will he have for a running mate in the unusual circumstances created by his illness? How much campaigning can he do? How much traveling and speaking? What effect would a restricted campaign have on the hundreds of other GOP candidates who will want his help? Party leaders say there nave been no open discussions among them of a substitute for Eisenhower. They assume he himself will incline toward "someono h-' thinks would carry on his program." and that he will publicly and strongly endorse this man. Thus, because of his remarks about Vice President Nixon, some observers here believe Nixon has the inside track at the moment. Eisenhower recently expressed his "admiration, respect and deep admiration for Mr. Nixon. . . Never has there been a vice president so well versed in the activities of government." Nevertheless, some of the party chiefs are looking in other directions. Warren the Strongest? Several of them told this reporter they thought Chief Justice Earl Warren would make the strongest candidate. One said, in tones mingling regret and dismay, "I'm sorry Eisenhower said what he did about Earl Warren. That was a bad mistake. He shouldn't have ruled him out." In a news conference, answering E question about Warren as a possible presidential candidate, the President said: "We shouldn't get too great a confusion between politics and the Supreme Court. . . . On every official there lies a responsibility t« do his part in keeping these separations . . ." He then went on to recall his own course of action when he left the Army to run for president. Some people have interpreted his remarks not as "ruling out" Warren but as suggesting that the chief justice could follow the same course. Warren has said in the strongest terms that he would not be a candidate. One of his colleagues in the court said. "I can't conceive of him changing his mind. He's a dedicated man in this job." Along with Nixon and Warren, you hear these names and these comments in the capital now— Sen. William Knowland of California. Admirers have put him in one section of the New Hampshire primary next month, and in the Illinois and Alaska primaries. "Bill wants to test his strength, and he may have a lot." NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Richard Pugh has filed application with the City Engineer, together with blue print and specifications for a Permit to construct and establish a three room bath and wash house and house-trailer court on the following described property: 2 acres carved out of NEVi of NEVi, Sec. 9, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, described as follows: Beginning' 412.5 feet South and 40 feet West of ihe NE corner of said section, run North 191.2 feet: thence West 455.6 feet; thence South 191.2 feet; then East 455.6 feet to point of beginning, and located at 1517 North Sixth Street. Any this objection to the issuance of Permit should be made in writing and filed in the office of thi City Clerk within thirty (30) days. / CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE. Dan Blodgett. Engineer. DP ted; February 2, 1956. 2/3-10 Baby's Colds' Relieve Suffering Fast-Eflectively i withJ Dewey doesn't give interviews more. Nor would he tell White House correspondents what he dis- cuspeti with the President 'hcF-e-' week. Is Dewey available? Friends say he told them. "The ticket will be Eisenhower and Nix on again. Nixon's done a grand job. and they won't dump him." Somebody asked him what he would do if Eisenhower should ask him, personally, to be his running mate. Dewey is quoted as having replied, "That would be the tough est, decision I've ever had to make." ALL THESE FEATURES OF THE FUTURE! * BlMlnj Roekel T-350 Action! * New ielawsy Hydra-Malic" Smoothness! * Stunning New StarfrB Styling! A Ultra-Modern "IntagrillB Bumper" Design! ft Rugged Silety-Ride Chassis * Trend'Settei Instrument Panel! 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